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I thought that was odd as well.
Don't know if it's something the Congress required for granting the law to attack or just warning ISIS that we're coming.
Maybe a bluff or strategic move?
Tell them you'll be there on Friday but actually show up on Wednesday?...or hope that knowing you're coming will cause them to pack up and leave? I'm not getting the impression that we're dealing with the naive or amateurish.
This president has always
told our enemies what we won't do even when he tells them we're coming/leaving and the date that will happen....if he can be believed about 'red lines' anymore anyhow. And his supporters wonder why 72% of our military doesn't have any faith in him, according to the latest poll numbers of military only.
RE: 72% of our military doesn't have any faith in him, accor
the changes are NOT for the better
The changes ARE for the better
There! NOW I'm not assuming.
Maybe we should require all future military officers
to major in philosophy or the humanities.
OR we should require everyone that makes posts on
the military to major in philosophy or the humanities.
the study of how to ignore the obvious. Humanities, the study of excuses one can use.
The changes you think are better
are only better for liberals and the enemies of this country.....
RE: the enemies of this country.
his white grandparents were communist
His mother was raised the same by them. His early life was in a socialist country. This is the point behind having people who was raised here and taught to be an American first, instead of some psuedo-american foreignor, justified only by a fake birth certificate, and someone else's social security number (from Connecticut no less!). There are crimes here that one day, probably after we are all gone, history will finally reveal.
I think Walker, so far, is the best of the list who have made their 'hat in the ring' public, but I'm still open. I just happened to mention here, quite a while ago, and before he announced, that I thought he was the one to keep an eye on.
As far as 'dancing around' the subject.....when someone asks, as they did at the Rep debates last time around, if a candidate wants to do away with birth control, just to get a rise out of the person or trap him into making a statement that will make headlines.....I think Walker handled it quite well. Guilliani isn't a candidate and can say whatever he believes....I personally happen to agree with him, that BO has a 'fundamental' hatred for America as it has always been in the world which is why he was so adamant about 'transforming it' into what HE believes it 'should' be like......a socialist country rather than a republic that believes in democracy.
And liberal commentators/guests all over who are asked about why BO gets a pass on calling Bush 'unpatriotic' and 'unAmerican' over the National Debt during BO's first campaign, are doing a real 'jig' dancing around excusing THAT.
How many times
has any liberal media 'reporter' asked a Dem candidate (including Biden and Clinton...or even BO during his campaigns) "evolution" questions or asked if they believe BO is a Christian or asked if they believe BO loves his country? Aren't there more pressing issues going on around the world and here in the USA that could be asked about? BO was rarely asked about his view on gay rights prior to his run for Pres....he wasn't asked about it even as a State of Chicago Senator or a DC Senator....and when he WAS asked (or volunteered it), he ALWAYS stated that he believed in 'one man, one woman' traditional marriage. That turned out to be a lie because his 'handlers' told him to never divulge that he was for gay marriage until he made it to the WH and could 'actively' change that.....even his own 'adviser' Axelrod admitted that publicly since he wrote his book.
Walker can punt all he wants to avoid getting into the liberal trap they want to put him in....that's the 'aggressive' crap I think he was talking about.
RE: How many times
Not enough for you and too many for others?
was a speaker at a Walker rally, does that mean that he should be held accountable for something someone else says or thinks?
These kinds of 'nonsense' questions are typical of the Sol Alinski (sp) theory....guilt by association....but BO was never held accountable for that same attitude as he ran for government offices, including the Presidency for his past associations.
RE: does that mean that he should be held accountable
does that mean that he should be held accountable for something someone else says or thinks?
I didn't think anyone was trying to do that...I thought they were asking him HIS opinion on the same subject that Guilliani expressed HIS opinion, whether he agreed that President Barack Obama doesn't love America
Asked whether he agreed with Giuliani's contention that President Barack Obama doesn't love America, a remark made at a private dinner for Walker in New York, the governor said, "I don't really know what his opinions are on that one way or another."
Walker was asked "if he agrees with a position that Guilliani expressed"...
Walkers NON response..."I don't know what his opinion is".
Guilliani had said President Barack Obama doesn't love America
THAT was Guillianis "opinion", and Walker doesn't know?
As I've stated
IF Walker was making posts in SE he would be accused of being Non-responsive..
RE:.a socialist country rather than a republic
.a socialist country rather than a republic that believes in democracy.
It sholuld be
"A nation can have a constitution or it can have a bureaucracy. It cannot have both." - Francois de Chateaubriand
World's Happiest Countries? Social Democracies
A new report released by the Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) shows that happiness levels are highest in northern European countries.
Denmark, Finland and the Netherlands rated at the top of the list, ranking first, second and third, respectively.
The US? As expected, the United States failed to make the top 10 but ranked among the highest for obesity and child poverty. Americans spend less than half the amount of time eating as the French, but have three times the obesity rate. "This tells us something about slow food, I think," Simon Chappele, editor of the report said in an interview with NPR.
will be dropped with a picture of Obama bowing before the Saudi King, I hope.
WHERE would Obama pick that habit up from?
Japan customs are not Saudi
means something entirely different
Is this more offensive than "bowing", holding hands or maybe a "kiss" to a Saudi Prince
It involved the awarding of the King Abdul Aziz Order of Merit, which is considered Saudi Arabia's highest honor. It's named for the first monarch of Saudi Arabia, also known as Ibn Saud.
We should also note here that, even though the meme has a distinct anti-Obama tone, President George W. Bush also received the same award in January 2008. After the award was placed around Bush's neck, the Associated Press reported, the president and King Abdullah "exchanged the region's traditional double kiss. 'I am honored,' Bush said."
So, partisans beware: Whatever truth we find for Obama, the same will go for Bush.
I rather bend my neck in a downward movement than double kiss another man...how bout you?
LOL, I'm glad to see
this Obama bowing upsets you so much.
RE: I'm glad to see
Maybe they should take the advice given
to the new Sheriff about Mongo. "Don't shoot him! You'll just make him angry!"